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Gen 5:3-5





 Noah builds the ark



Gen 4:1 , 17-22





Gen 4:2 , 8-10




Gen 5:6-7


3874 BC 


Hieroglyphic writing developed

After 3500 BC 


Gen 5:21-24

 Enoch (Walks with God)

3382 BC


Gen 5:9-11


3769 BC 


Gen 5:12-14


3769 BC


Gen 5:15-17


3609 BC


Gen 5:18-20


3544 BC


Gen 5:25-29

Methuselah (Longest living person)

3317 BC


Gen 5:28


3130 BC

Cuneiform writing invented

3100 BC

Gen 5:3-5

Adam Dies

3074 BC

Bablos: First city in Syria

3000 BC

Copper in use Anatolia

3000 BC

First Settlement at Troy

After 3000 BC

Gen 5:32 ; 9:18 , 28-29


2948 BC

Gen 5:9-11

Enos Dies

2864 BC


Narmer Unites Egypt

2850 BC

Genesis 4:21-22

Early Use of Metals Genesis 4:21, 22 it is here stated that copper and iron instruments were invented while Adam was yet living. Until recently the earliest known use of iron was 1200 B.C but in 1933 Frankfort discovered in the ruins of Asmar, near Babylon, an iron blade made about 2700 B.C. thus pushing back the known use of iron much nearer to the beginning. Copper instruments have been found in the ruins of Pre-Flood cities

2700 BC

Cheops (Khufu) builds great Pyramid at Gizeth

2550 BC


     Egyptians discover papyrus and ink for writing and build the first libraries; iron objects manufactured in the ancient near East

2500 BC

Gen 5:28-31


2448 BC

Gen 5:28-31


2448 BC

Gen 5:28-31


2448 BC


     Egyptians import gold from Africa

2400 BC


Sargon the Great

2360 BC

2305 BC

Gen 7

The Flood

2348 BC

Gen 11:12-13


2346 BC


Semitic chieftain, Sargon, conquers Summer to become first “World conqueror”

2331 BC

Gen 11:14-15


2311 BC

Gen 10:22

Elam & Asshur

2300 BC

Gen 10:15:19

Sons of Ham: Cush, Mizraim, Phut, Canaan

2300 BC

Gen 10:15:19

Nations of Ham: Gibeonites, Jebusites, Hittites, Perizzites

2300 BC



2300 BC

Gen 10:21

Japheth: Gomer, Magog, Madai, Javan, Tubal, Meshech, Tiras

2300 BC

Gen 11:18-19


2300 BC


Horses domesticated in Egypt: chickens domesticated in Babylon: bows & arrows used in wars

2300 BC



2280 BC

2244 BC

Gen 11:20-21


2247 BC

Gen 10:25


2217 BC

Gen 10:10-12

Tower or Babel

2200 BC


Nimrod (Tower of Babel)

2200 BC



2200 BC



2200 BC

Gen 11:22-23


2185 BC

Gen 11:24-26


2158 BC

Gen 11:26-32


2136 BC


 Glass made by the Mesopotamians, ziggurats (like the tower of Babel) built in Mesopotamia; earliest discovered drug, ethyl alcohol, used to alleviate pain   

2100 BC


Abraham enters Canaan

2091 BC


Isaac born

2066 BC


Jacob & Esau born

2006 BC


Intermediate Kingdoms

2004 BC


Indo-German Tribes

2000 BC


Native Americans immigrate to North America from northern Asia; stock breeding and irrigation used in China; Stonehenge, England, a center for religious worship is erected;
bellows used in India, allowing for higher furnace temptures

2000 BC

Gen 25:7-8


1996 BC

Gen 17:17


1986 BC



1980 BC









1930 BC


Jacob flees to Haran

1929 BC


Joseph born

1915 BC





 Egyptians use irrigation systems, to control Nile floods; spoke wheel invented in the ancient Near East; horses used to pull vehicles

1900 BC


Moab & Ammon

1900 BC


Joseph sold into slavery

1898 BC



1896 BC


Sodom & Gomorrah

1890 BC




Joseph rules Egypt

1885 BC

Shem dies

1848 BC

Jacob & Esau

1836 BC

Joseph dies

1805 BC

Alphabetic Writing, 400 years before Moses, was found 1905 by Petrie at Serabit in Sinal

1800 BC


1754 BC

Leah & Rachel

1754 BC


Twelve sons of Jacob

1750 BC


Joseph sold into slavery (Egypt)

1750 BC


Ishmael: Ishmaelites

1750 BC

Babylonian mathematicians already understand cube and square root; Hammurapi of Babylon provides first of all legal codes

1750 BC

Gen 11:15-18


1723 BC



1700 BC



1700 BC


Rise of Assyrian Power

1700 BC

Egyptian papyrus document describes medical and surgical procedures

1700 BC


Revised Standard Version of the King James Version

1611 BC



1600 BC

Pharoah's death--Israel enslaved

1530 BC


Moses is Born

1526 BC


Moab and Ammon: Moabites and Ammonites




1500 BC

Sundials used in Egypt; Mexican Sun Pyramid built

1500 BC

Greatest Egyptian Power

1500s BC

China: The beginning of Lyric Poetry

1500 BC

Exodus 16:1-5 , 22-30 , 35

Exodus from Egypt

1491 BC

Ten Commandments given to Moses

1445 BC


Two suggested dates for EXODUS. 1446 indicated by 1st Kings 6:1 and suggested by Judges 11:26. The Second date 1280 BC relyingupon archaeolgyical evidence indicating that the Egyptian cities of Pithom and Raamses (Ex 1:11) were rebuilt in the thirteen century BC

1446/1280 BC

Exodus 25:16

Ark of the Covenant erected

1445 BC

Hebrews enter Canaan

1406 BC


First period of Chinese literature; intricate clock used in Egypt

1400 BC

Joshua 1:14 , 3:1-14


1400s BC

1st Chronicles 1:43-54

Kings of Edom

1400 BC

Palace of Knossos on island of Crete destroyed by earthquake

1380 BC

Judges begin to rule Israel

1375 BC

Egyptian King Tutankhamen dies & buried inside an immense treasure-laden tomb

1358 BC

Time of the Judges

1254 BC

ELI Judge

1252 BC

Silk fabrics manufactured in China

1250 BC

Deborah becomes Israel’s judge

1209 BC

Labor strike in Thebes; first Chinese dictionary

1200 BC


1200 BC


1200 BC

Destruction of Troy during Trojan War

1183 BC

Gideon becomes Israel's judge

1162 BC

Samson Judge

1154 BC


Trojan War

1154 BC


Samuel is born

1105 BC

Sampson is a judge for Israel

1090 BC

Samson becomes Israel's judge

1075 BC

David & Goliah

1063 BC

Saul of Benjamin Chosen King

1050 BC


Solomon Born

1015 BC


Solomon Builds the Temple

1011 BC


David anointed King

1010 BC

The Kingdom of Judah (Judah, Benjamin, Levi)

1004 BC

 City of Peking built; Greek mythology fully developed; California Indians build wood-reed houses; Chinese mathematics utilizes root multiplication, geometry, proportions, and theory of motion; glazing of bricks and tiles begin in Near East

1000 BC

The Kingdom of Israel and Solomon becomes King of Israel

970 BC

Temple in Jerusalem completed

959 BC

Gold vessels and jewelry popuar in Northern Europe

950 BC

Kingdom of Israel is divided

930 BC

Foreign rulers in Egypt

905 BC

Wars with Israel

904 BC

Elijah & Elisha

900 BC

Asa defeats Ethiopians

900 BC


Celts invade Britain: Assyrians invented inflatable skins for soldiers to cross rivers

900 BC


Elijah prophesies in Israel

875 BC


Ahab becomes Israel's king

874 BC


Evidence of highly developed metal and stone sculptures in Africa

850 BC


Elisha prophesies in Israel

848 BC


Joash becomes Judah's king

835 BC


Fonding of Carthage, a Phoenician trading post

814 BC


Development of caste system in India: Babyionian and Chinese astronomers understand planetary movements: spoke wheels used in Europe: Ice skating a popular sport in Northern Europe

800 BC


Jonah becomes a prophet

793 BC






Jeroboam II == A long prosperours Idolatrous reign

790 BC

749 BC


Zechariah == He assassinated Shallum

748 BC



Menahem == Extremely brutel king

748 BC

738 BC


Pekahiah == Assassinated by Pekah

738 BC

736 BC


Pekah == Captivity of Northen Israel 734 BC

748 BC

730 BC


Hoshea == Samaria Fell 721 B C End of the Northern Kingdom

730 BC

721 BC






Uzziah == fifty two years reign as a good king

787 B C

735 B C


Jotham == Co-reign with Uzziah a good king

749 BC

734 B C

II Chronicles 28

Ahaz == Very Wicked King

741 B C

726 B C

II Chronicles 29

Hezekiah == A good king

726 B C

697 B C

II Chronicles 33

Manassell == very wicked king

697 B C

642 B C


First Olympiad

776 BC


Traditional date for the founding of the City of Rome 21 April 753 BC

753 BC


Hosea becomes a prophet

753 BC


Earliest music notation written in ancient Greece: Celts introduce plow to Britain

750 BC


Israel invaded by Tiglath-Pileser III of Assyria

743 BC

Elijah becomes a proophet and begins his ministry

740 BC

2nd Kings 17:6

The Fall of Samaia

722 BC


Israel (Northern Kingdom) falls by their defeat by the Assyrians

722 BC 


Hzediah becomes Judah's King

715 BC


Jerusalem besieged by sennacherib of Assyria 

701 BC



700s BC



Wars with Arabs & Philistines

700 BC

II Kings 19:35

185,000 Smote by Angel

700 BC

II Kings 15:19

The First Carrying Away

Late 700s BC



Athens Thrives

700 BC

500 BC

Japen established as a nation 

660 BC 


Soldering of Iron Invented 

650 BC 


Horse racing first held at the 33rd Olympic Games 

648 BC 

Josiah becomes a prophet

640 BC

Jeremiah becomes a prophet

627 BC


Josiah began his reforms

627 BC

Jeremiah 4

Scythian Invasion

626 BC

II Kings 22-23

Josiah's Great reformation Book found

621 BC

Assyrian capital of Nineveh destroyed

612 BC

Pharaoh slains Josiah at Megiddo

608 BC

First Captivity Babylon subdured Judah

606 BC


Babylon crushed Egypt at the Battle of Carchemish

605 BC

Daniel taken captive to Babylon

605 BC


End of Assyrian Empire

602 BC



Temple of Artemis built in Ephesus-one of the seven wonders of the ancient world

600 BC


Destruction of Jerusalem

600 BC



Daniel taken captive to Babylon

600 BC



Ninevah destroyed

600s BC



New Chaldaic Kingdom

600 BC



Babylonian Captivity

598 BC

538 BC

First Babylonian attack of Jerusalem

597 BC

Captivity of Jehoiachin

597 BC

Visit to Babylon by Zedekiah

593 BC

Temporary end of David's kingdom when Jerusaem is burned

586 BC


Judah (Southern Kingdom) falls to Babylon

586 BC


Temple in Jerusalem destroyed by Babylonians

586 BC


Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism, born in India

563 BC


King Nebuchadnezzer of Babylon dies

562 BC



561 BC



Aesop writes his fables

560 BC


Confucius, famour Chinese Scholar, born

551 BC



King Crus the Great conquers the Medes and found the Persian Empire: Locks & Key water level, the Caprenter's square invented

550 BC


Horseback pstal service in Persian Empire

540 BC

Persian Period

539 BC

331 BC


Babylon overthrown by Cyrus of Persia

539 BC

2nd Chr 36:22-23

First Jewish exiles return to Jerusalem under Zerubbabel

538 BC


Daniel's last vision

535 BC


Captives returned to Judea

535 BC

515 BC


Tragedy emerges as a form of Greek drama

534 BC


Polo becomes a sport among Persians

525 BC


Public libraries open in Athens, Greece

520 BC


Prophets Haggai and Zechariah encouraged the rebuilding of the Temple

520 BC


Buddha the Wise

520 BC



New Temple completed in Jerusalem

516 BC


ROME: Time of the Republic

509 BC



Glass first imported into China from near East: Indian surgeon Susrata Performs cataract operation: Origin of Halloween: A Celtic Festival

500 BC


First time Greek men choose short haircuts

490 BC


486 BC


Esther becomes Queen of Persia

479 BC


Socrates, Philosopher of the ancient world is born

469 BC


Birth of Cemocritus, who introduced an atomic theory by arguing that all bodies are made of indivisible and unchangeable atoms

460 BC

Ezra & Nehemial prophets in Judah

460 BC

444 BC

Ezra returns to Jerusalem

458 BC


Greece begins the Golden Age in Athens

457 BC


The Parthenon is built on top of Athen's Acropolis

448 BC


Nehemiah builds Jerusalem wall

445 BC


Greek sculptor Phidias makes a 60 foot high statue of Zeus one of the seven wonders of the ancient world

438 BC


Maiachi becomes a prophet

430 BC


Romans agrees to concept of a dictator in times of military emergency

430 BC


Artaxerxes II

404 BC

359 BC


400 BC


Socrates condemned to death by Athenian jury

399 BC


Aramaic begins to replace Hebrew as Jewish language

390 BC


Aristotle is born

384 BC


Plato writes his most famous book: The Republic

370 BC

Alexander the Great was born

356 BC


Rome controlled centeral Italy

338 BC

Alexander goes to Jerusalem

332 BC

Greek Period

331 BC

65 BC


Alexander the Great defeats the Persian empire

331 BC


Romans build the first paved road, the "Appian Way" from Rome to Capua

312 BC

Ptolemaic Dynasty

305 BC

Aryan Stock

300 BC

First Punic War between Rome and Carthage 

261 BC

241 BC


Hebrew Old Testament translated into Greek and is called the "Septuagint"

255 BC


Romans conquer Sicily and add their first non-Italian territory to the Roman Empire

241 BC

Second Punic War between Rome and Carthage 

218 BC

202 BC

China: The Great Wall is built

215 BC


Rome defeats Hannibal

200 BC


Marcus Aurelius

180 BC

167 BC

Parthian Empire Mithridates I

171 BC

138 BC

Jews struggle for Liberty

167 BC

130 BC


Temple of Jerusalem is plundered by Antiochus IV

165 BC


Judas Maccabeus begins a revolt against Antilchus IV

165 BC


Third Punic War between Rome and Carthage

149 BC

146 BC


Jews and Astrologers banished from Rome

139 BC



116 BC

81 BC


First Chinese Ships reach east coast of India: Ball bearing used in Danish cart wheels

102 BC

Final Decline of the Olmecs

Late 100s BC


Julius Caesar: First emperor of Rome, born

100 BC



Mithridatic Wars

89 -84 & 83 - 81 & 75 - 65

Mark Antony

83 BC


Republic Sulla Dictator

82 BC

79 BC


Ptolemy XI

80 BC

51 BC

Parthian Empire Phrates III

70 BC

A D 57

Antiochus XIII

68 BC

67 BC


Nero ruled

68 BC

54 BC

Pompey famous Roman General conquered Palestine & Rome Governs Jerusalem

63 BC



Gallic wars

58 BC

51 BC


57 BC

A D 38


Romans conquer (Parthian Empire) and makes it part of Roman empire until A D 442

55 BC

38 BC


Cleopatra VI becomes last independent Egyptian ruler of the Ancient World

51 BC

30 BC


50 BC

30 BC

Jews under Ptolemies

48 BC


Battle of Zela

47 BC


Caesar in Egypt

47 BC



Julius Caesar becomes dictator for life, then was assassinated two years later

46 BC


Death of Caesar by assassination in Rome

44 BC

Phrates IV

38 BC

32 BC

Herod the Great is made King of Judea by the Romans

37 BC

4 BC


Octauius ruled Rome

31 BC

AD 14


Battle of Actium

31 BC


31 BC



Cleopatra and her lover, Mare Antony, died by suicide

30 BC

Egypt under Roman Control

30 BC



Augustus Fist Emperor

27 BC

AD 14


Sumo wrestling in Japan

23 BC


Herod the Great begins remodeling the temple in Jerusalem

20 BC

Luke 1:5-8

John the Baptist is born

5 BC

Matt 2:1

Christ is Born

5/4 BC



Age of Jesus and the Apostles

6 BC

AD 70


Herod Antipas

4 BC

AD 39


Saddles first used in Europe

AD 1



Herod the Great Dies

AD 4



Paul is born, Judea becomes a Roman province: Jesus visits the Temple as a boy

AD 5



Most of Anatolia under Rome by-

AD 6



Zealots in Judea rebel against Rome

AD 7



Tiberius succeeds Caesar Augustus as Roman emperor

AD 14



Tiberius Caesar ruled. Ministries of John the Baptist & Jesus took place at this time

AD 14

AD 37


Cappadocia annexed by Rome

AD 18


Pontius Pilate

AD 26/27

AD 36/37


John the Baptizeer begins his ministry

AD 26/27



Jesus begins His ministry

AD 26/27

Approximate at the age of 30


Jesus begins Galilean Ministry, From Cana heals Mobelman's son at Capernaum, visits Nazareth and is rejected: Makes Capernaum His Headquarters: Calls Simon, Andre, James and John: Heals Demoniac, Peter's Mother-in-law, Many Others: Journeys about, Heals a Leper, and Paralytic: Calls Matthew: Questions about fasting and Sabbath.

December AD 27



Jesus visits Jerusalem, Heals on Sabbath, Arouses opposition of Rules, Asserts His Deity, Retruns to Balillee MIDSUMMER: Journeys, Multitudes, Miracles, Fame, the Twelve Chosen, Sermon on the Mount, Journeys about, Speaks Many Parables: Heals the Gerasene Demoniacs, Raises Jairus' daughter from the Dead, Is accused of being in League with Geelzebub, Raises the widow of Nain's son from the dead, Receives Messengers from John the Bapitist, VISITS NAZARETH AGAIN: Heals Centurion's servant, forgives sinful woman

Passover AD 28



The Twelve sent forth: Passover: The twelve return, John the Baptist beheaded, The 5,000 Fed, Jesus walks on the water, Discourses on the bread of life, Refuses popular demand to be King, Heals many, discourses on defilement, Unbraids Cities "Come unto Me" RETIRES TO THE NORTH: Syrophoenician Woman, RETURNS TO GALILEE: Deaf Mute Cured, 4,000 Fed, At Magdala, "Sign of Johah" Blind man healed, OCTOBER: Visits Jerusalem, Discourses, Woman taken in Adultery, Blind man healed, open conflict with rulers, RETURNS TO GALILEE: RETIRES TO CAESAREA-PHILIPP, Peter's confession, the transfiguration, the Epileptic Boy, Passion Foretold three times. IN GALILEE AGAIN: Tax Money, "Who is the Greatest?" "Children", "Unknown Wonder Worker", "Forgiventess" DECEMBER ? FINAL DEPARTURE FROM GALILEE

February AD 29


Egypt made Roman Province

AD 30

Acts 7 & 8

Dispersiaon of Church - stoning of Stephen

AD 31

AD 32


Conversion of Saul

AD 31

AD 32

John 6:4


AD 32



The Apostolic Ministry begins

AD 33


Crustification of Christ: Friday April 3 Jesus decends into Hell: Then Ascens to heaven

AD 33


Jesus' Church begins in Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost

AD 33


Paul's first visit to Jerusalem after his conversion

AD 34

AD 35


Cornelius, The Gentile Conversion

AD 35

AD 40

Acts 9

Paul's conversion on Damascus Road

AD 35



Roman lets Aretas control Damaseus

AD 37

Death Ad 39


Herod Agrippa appointed King of Judea

AD 40

Acts 11

Reception of Gentiles at Antioch

AD 42



London Founded: First definite reference to diamonds

AD 43

Acts 11:27

Second visit to Jerusalem by Paul

AD 44


Acts 13 & 14

First Missionary Journey Galalic by Paul

AD 45

AD 48


Paul's 1st & 2nd missionary journeys in Asia Minor

AD 46

AD 53


Paul to jerusalem the second time

AD 47

AD 48


Council at Jerusalem

AD 50



Romans begin using soap

AD 50

Acts 16-18

Second Missionary Journey Greece by Paul

AD 50

AD 53


Battle of Carrhae

AD 53


Emperor Claudius poisoned by older of his wife: Nero becomes Emperor

AD 54

Acts 19

Paul reached Ephesus

AD 54


Acts 19 & 20

Third Missionary Journey Ephesus, by Paul

AD 54

AD 57


Paul writes Romans: Paul imprisoned in Casesarea

AD 57

1st Cor 16:8

June Paul left Ephesus

AD 57


1st Cor 16:5-8

Summer and Fall Paul in Maccdonia

AD 57


Acts 20:2-3

Three Months winter Paul in Corinth.

AD 57

AD 58

Acts 20:6

Paul left Philippi in April

AD 58


Acts 20:16

Paul reached Jerusalem in June

AD 58


Acts 24 - 26

Paul in Caesarea Summer AD 58 to Fall AD 60

AD 58

AD 60


Festus appointment as Governor at Caesarea

AD 60



Paul writes "prison letters"

AD 60


James written

AD 60

Acts 27 , 28

Paul's winter Rome Voyage

AD 60

AD 61


Paul in Rome two years

AD 61

AD 63


Acts Written

AD 62

James was martyed

AD 62



Paul is released from prison

AD 62



Apostles slain except John

AD 63

AD 67

Paul moved to Asia Minor and remaind for about a year

Spring AD 63

Spring AD 64


Fire burns much of Rome, Nero blames Christians for setting it

AD 64



Syria annexed by Prompey

AD 64

AD 64


Painting on Canvas

AD 66


Paul went for his second imprisonment and he wrote 2nd Timothy

Fall AD 67


Paul is martyred

AD 67



Romans destroy a Jewish religious commune at Qumran, Before they were captured, the hid their library of the Bible manuscripts in a cave by the Dead Sea (discovered in 1948)

AD 68


Gospel of John is written

AD 70


Jerusalem and the temple destroyed by the Roman emperor Tisus

AD 70




AD 70

AD 312


Romans destroy Jerusalem

AD 70



960 Jews commit mass suicide at Masada while under Roman attack

AD 73



China opens silk trade wtih the West

AD 74



Rome begins construction of famous Colosseum

AD 75


Jude is written

AD 75


Mount Vesuvius in Italy erupts, killing 30,000 people and burying cities of Pompii and Herculaneu

AD 79


The Three Epistle of John is written

AD 85


Apostle John writes Revelation

AD 95/96



Emperor Trojan

AD 98

AD 117


Beginning of Apostasy

AD 100


Emperor Hadrian

AD 117

AD 138

Deut 28:64

Jew scattered among all nations

AD 135


Emperor Antoninus Plus

AD 138

AD 161


Emperor Marcus Aurelius

AD 161

AD 180


Irenaeus became Bishop

AD 177



Tartars and Turks

AD 180

Emperor Septimus Severus

AD 193

AD 211


Persecution of the Christians and Jews

AD 200

Emperor Decius

AD 249

AD 251

Emperor Valerian

AD 253

AD 260


Emperor Contantine the Great

AD 272

AD 337


Emperor Diocletian

AD 274

AD 313


Age of Christian Roman Empire

AD 312

AD 590


Constantine the Great declared Sunday as the day of rest

AD 321


Council of Nicea called by Constantine the Great

AD 325

Arianism condemned

AD 325


Christian Emperors

AD 325


Christianity became popular

AD 330


Constantine converted to Christianity

AD 330


Emperor Julian

AD 332

AD 363


Christianity became the state religion

AD 380


Fall of Rome to the Visigoths

AD 410


Vandals in France

AD 425

AD 534


Attila the Hun

AD 434

AD 453


St. Patrick in Ireland

AD 450


Theodoric the Great

AD 454


Division of West Rome

AD 476


Hopwell Culture

AD 500


Christianity Speads

AD 500

Dan 8:13 , 12:11

Catholicism set up by Justinian

AD 538



AD 571


The Christian Middle Ages

AD 590

AD 1517


England Converted

AD 597


China: Christianity Introduced

AD 627


Bagdad founded

AD 762


Charlemagne restored the West Roman empire

AD 800


Kingdom of england founded

AD 827


Maya power in New Mexico collapes

AD 900

AD 1100


China: Invention of block-printing by Feng-To

AD 900


Leif Ericson reaches North America

AD 1000


Split between the East Orthodox and the West Catholics Churches

AD 1054


Decree of election of Popes

AD 1059


Jews terribly persecuted

AD 1087

AD 1294


Thomas Aquinas: Formulated Christian docrine using the raional mehod. "Summa Theologica" which he wrote is still widely read

AD 1224

AD 1274


Jews driven from England

AD 1290


The Ottoman Empire founded

AD 1299


John Wyclif: English reformer, denounced the worldiness of the popes and emphasized the spiritual freedom of the righteous man.

AD 1320

AD 1384


John Hus-Czech reformer, viewed Christ as the Head of the Church, not the Pope.

AD 1369

AD 1415


Jews driven from France

AD 1395


Aztec Empire

AD 1400

AD 1519


European slave trade begins

AD 1400


Christopher Columbus was born

A D 1451


Martin Luther-Father of Reformation

A D 1453

A D 1546


Spanish Inquisition

AD 1480


Teachings of Martin Luther

AD 1489

Ad 1546


Columbus discovered America

AD 1492 Oct 12


Jews driven from Spain and Sicily

AD 1492


China: Christianity spreads by Jesuits

AD 1500s

Age of Reason and Revival

A D 1517

A D 1648


Slavery introcuced into West Indies

AD 1517

Protestants in Zurich begin believers baptism

AD 1525



Split Anglican Church (IE piscopal)

AD 1534

King Henry VIII was declared head of the Church of England

AD 1534


First edition of the Old Bible by Cloverdate

AD 1535

John Calvin writes "Institutes of the Christian Regligion"

AD 1536


Menno Simons begins leading Mennonitemovement

AD 1537



Scripture reading forbidden at Council of Trent

AD 1545


Oliver Cromwell born

AD 1559



AD 1560


William Shakespeare is Born

AD 1564


Massacre of ST. Bartholomew

AD 1572


Japan: persecution of Christians

AD 1600

Members of a house church in England, illegal at the time, forced into Exile

AD 1607



Revised Standard Version of the King James Version

AD 1611


John Smythe and other Puritans formed the First Baptist Church

AD 1612


Slavery in America

AD 1619

Congregationalists called Pilgrins sailed on Mayflower to Plymouth, now Massachusetts

AD 1620


Westminster standards defines Presbyterian

AD 1643

AD 1649


Confederation of North England Colonies

AD 1643


Religious Cociety of Friends (Quakers)

AD 1647


Bible published in Algonkian Native American Language

AD 1661

Quakar, William Penn founds Pennsylvania

AD 1682



Salem Witchcraft

AD 1692


Benj. Ftanklin is born

AD 1706


Anglicans Church (Episcopal) into Methodist

AD 1738


Thomas Jefferson is born

AD 1743


First Black Baptist Church in America

AD 1773

AD 1775

United States Revolutionary

AD 1775

AD 1782


Electricity by Benjamin Franklin

AD 1757

United States Declaration of Independence

AD 1776


USA Methodists form seperate church body

AD 1784


Preslyterian Church (USA) first organized

AD 1789


Methodists into the African Methodist Episcopal (AME)

AD 1814

Greece's Independents

AD 1830


Ston's Christians unite with Thomas and Alexander Campbell's believers to form Disciples of Christ

AD 1832

British abolishes West Indies Slavery

AD 1832


William Miller's prediction that Christ's advent would return would occur 1844

AD 1844


Slavery Ends in America

AD 1865

Telephone Invented

AD 1876



Salvation Army

AD 1880


Revised Standard Version of the RV

AD 1885


Christian and Missionary Alliances

AD 1887





Pentecostal into Church of God (TN)

AD 1897



Revised Standard Version of the ASV

Ad 1901


Methodists into Pentecostal

AD 1901

Pentecostal Assemlies Church

AD 1907



Pentecostal Assembies

AD 1907


Church of the Nazarene

AD 1908

Mother Teresa of Calcutta Center

AD 1910

AD 1997

World War I

AD 1914

AD 1918


Age of Ideologies

A D 1914

A D 1996


Goodspeed-Edgear J. of the University of Chicago produces the New Testment "An American Translation"

AD 1923


The Old Testament in An American translation was issued

AD 1927



Goodspeed's Translation of the Apocrypha appeared.

AD 1938




World War II

AD 1939

AD 1945

Japan: Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki

AD 1945



In America the Revised Standard Version of the bible first appeared

AD 1946

Israeli War of Independence

AD Nov 1947

AD July 1949

Thomas Cranmer produced the first Book of Common Payer

AD 1549


Israeli: Reprisal Operations

AD 1950s

AD 1960s


Both the New and Old Testament of the Rvised Standard Version appeared in America

AD 1952


The Apocrypha appeared in America

AD 1952


Israeli: Suez Cristis October

AD 1956

Russian Sputnik: First into space

AD 1957








Berlin Wall

AD 1961

AD 1989


New Edition of the RSV appeared with 85 minor changes in Wording

AD 1962


A Catholic Edition of the RSV New Testament appeared

AD 1964


American Bible Society issuied "Todays English Version" also call "Good News for Modern Man

AD 1964


New and Old Testament of the Catholic Edition came out of the RSV

AD 1966


Israeli: Six-Day War June

AD 1967


Israeli: War of Attrition

AD 1967

AD 1970


US Astronauts land on the moon

AD 1969


Israeli: Palestinian Insurgency in Sout Leganon

AD 1971

AD 1982


Israeli: Yom Kippur War October 6 to October 26

AD 1973





Israel: Lebanon war

AD 1982


Israel: Lebanon Conflict war

AD 1985

AD 2000


Israel: First Intifada Uprising

AD 1987

AD 1993

Rawandian Genocide

AD 1994



Israel: Second Intifada began in late Septermber 2000

AD 2000

AD 2005


Japan: Tsunami kills 20,000

AD 2004


Israel: Lebanor War 12 July til 14 August

AD 2006




Israel: Gaza War December 2008--January 2009

AD 2008

AD 2009

China: China becomes 2nd largest world economy

AD 2011


Israel: Operation Pillar of Defense November

AD 2012

Israel: Operation Protective edge July--Augus

AD 2014

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